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Vol. II.   No. 34.
PRINCETON,   NOV. 30th, 1901.
RATTLE OF   THE RAILS.
Hill Secures Wharfage Rights
At Vancouver-CP.R. Stock
Being Manipulated.
[Special to the Star.] f^-\
News from all points show wlffti what
determination J. J. Hill is fightyig for a
foothold in British Columbia.
The Hastings'Mflttf'Q'f Vttncbnver have
been secured fiythe Great Northern. J.
Hill, Jr., was lately7T"Vancouver, and
negotiations were completed with John
Hendjy, whereby the Great Northern
' hafresecured -control of the mills, and
more important still the finest piece of
ikft&&&rc inJIancouver. nearly a mile in
length, situated upon a point near the
Centre of the city, the finest wharfage
facilities on -Burrard Inlet being here obtainable •Srltfi'j'JfiKll depth of water.
a Here, no doubt, the ternftiial depot of
the V., V. & E, wUtttrataWfed, and tli
landing point of thentoposed newline <
ships engaged in the Oriental trade.
Manager Hendy* irf*WW'K*cfi5wtf 'to b<S'
in commurifetfthm**lth J.' J; rfflf^'ttftO
the transaction will no doubt be consum-
The Roys^GkvMjps 0* WestafriraSter;
owned by the same Company, have also
•dome under the control of the Great
Northern. The mills ate conveniently
situated in tne vicinity of the new bridge
site, and would provide arf * efltc^fleBt
station site, with 'good yard facilities.
Here also are unexcelled harbour facilities, so that in the event of the construction of a branch line, goods could be
tradsfifpped at either point.
Rails are being laid for the extension
of the Victoria & Sydney into Victoria,
and the Great Northern will soon have
its ferry in operaflft$»tf^iKw"fe<SF''Aijpv-:
ment of goods'ttrert!* "r
Northern railroads. It is understood
that he will carry to England with him *
cll&pjcfflr'i5$y of the settlement for the
European stockholders.
James J. Hill,  president of the Great
Northern, was elected president pf the
medium of which the Northwestern rostd
tangle will be disposed of.
It is reported that one of the pet
schemes of Pierpont Morgan is the construction of a transcontinental line to
Alaska, connecting with tHe* RusSraii-
Siberian Road. v
The manipulation of C. P. R. stock i
still going o
The   stock* reacfierlhfi?
highest point last week in "Toronto;
touching 116.
It is reported that it was caused by the
buying of the Monj-iMi_j2Xt^S**roywfi#
are said co have taken2y3.ooa- shares out
of the market since May last.
The report of the securing of the Australia*^ mail contract may havecattsed the'
The V.V. & E. survey parties in the:
Onanagan have been laid off fo^tfie win-'
ter, after fiafirig completed the more
difficult portions of the survey from Mid
'way west to Oro, a distance of some 70
miles. In the course of this work the
'JJGtttlS*^ 'ftm  about 250 miles of prelimi-
The party of V. V. & E. surveyors,
under EngineerJffljCarty, whdjMfebeen
located at Eholt meadows for a month or
more, have pitched camp at Hartford
Junction, and it is said will now run
lines to White's camp and Summit camp
from that point, as well as to a few other
places. All told there are sixteenjttf^JB
party. Wfiile at Eholt creek four different lines were run into and around Green-
'ftboa' and down Boundary CreeK , Evf-
aefiny, while waiting to get permission
from the government to proceed with
construction, the time is to be filled in by
the surveyors of the V.V. & E.
The party that was working in the
American Okanogan, has been called in
for  the   winter   and   the  paraphernalia
Atofwf foY the-season". ~'v
ftriai
The visit of Lord1 StK^hcona to N<
York ' is   said   to be with the*object ofl
effecting a settlement of Nortfiw&sl'efh*
railroad difficulties.    He is closely identified With both the C.P.R. and the Great
John S. Snapp^of the Great-Jtorthern
arrived in the city the early part of t^e
"wwslr-.lfeid will proceed with the work of
adjMtfiig ttffe^lmc*.c>OBevright-of-wify
claj&is on y$L§ffi0k re&rvation between the  Boundary line and Republic.
Under the supervision of J. D. Houston
the Great NortHe*il contractors Save tie-
gun work withiri the city limits. Jijst
beyond Mono addition axemen have been
biisy since wlrMesday clearing the riggt
•Ofwaj',' ana- a force of graders is at work
on the first ridge beyond the city limits
where the stage road begins tha descent
»tO the San Poil. One crew is making a
deep cut through the ridge for the wagon
road, which will be changed, as the railroad will occupy the present route, and a
cut of 36 feet will be necessary for the
railroad line at this point, and for the
greater part it will be the width of double
tracks. Between this point and Keller
flat some 3000 feet of sidetracks will be
constructed. Between Republic and San
Poil lake there are only one or two short
intervals which are not being worked^
Good progress is being made on this section, although much of the very heavy
rock work on the road is being encount-*
:d here.-/-Pioneer-Miner.
MINING NOTES.
'/   PowCll and Bonnevier purpose spend'
sing the winter in developing their claims
upon Kennedy Mountain.
I    The McRae Brothers are doing considerable work upon the Fraser Group on
y Kennedy Mountain, *ind are clearing  off
the land   for the purpose   of. erecting a
large ore dump.
The lead miners of the United States
have decided to take action that will
better their condition and if possibtefree
them from the domination of the Ameri
can Smelting & Refining Co., common!
known as the-lead trust.
Eugene Cornish has taken a working
bond upon the Hof-to -mineral claim 01
Boulder Creek, owned by Spencer an<
Martin, and expects to do considerable
development work early in the year. He
will also commence operations upon the
Howarden claim on Copper Mountain
owned by the same parties. J
A big strike was made t)fis week upoi
the Victoria claim owned by Robert
StevenSon, on the west slope of Copp<
Mountain. An open cut of 25 x 45 feet,
made by Wm. Martin, who was in charge
ofthe work, disclosed a 14 foot ledge of
copper pyrities. The ore compares with
the best which'has yet been taken from
Copper Mountain, and consists of fine
grained yellow copper, thoroughly dis-
siminated through the rock, with small
quantities of peacock. The ledge has a
northwest and southeast strike, with a
pronounced dip of 60 degrees west. The
ledge is undoubtedly the continuation of
the Red Buck ledge from acro-w the
er on Kennedy Mountain, and shows
the wonderful continuity of the ore bodies in this district. The ledge is most
clearly defined by one-half inch of white
iron lying on either side. The ore contains sufficient quantities of iron and
lime to make it self-fluxing.
ed here.f-Pi
SIMILKAMEEN COAL.
Greenwood, B.C., Nov. 20.—W. Blake-
more, consulting engineer, Mr. C. B.
Murray ofthe Toronto brokerage firm of
Hall & Murray, and Mr.JJ. R. Young,
manager of the Similkameen Valley
Coal Company, have returned from an
examination of the coal measures surrounding Ashnola. Until the coal samples are analysed at Trail, Mr. Blake-
more declines to discuss the tenor of his
report, though it can be stated in advance that the same will not be unfavor-
.iS^J^rjcdj!.. represents the Toronto
syndicate having an option oiithirty-two
hundred acres controlled bytHiT'comp-
any. Mr. Young announces that a core
drill to prospect the coal seams at some
depth is to be sent in immediately.
E.V. BODWELL WILL RUN
Influential Delegation Persuades Him to Take the Field
For the   Opposition.
Victoria, B.C., Nov. 20.—An influential delegation comprising both Liberals
top Cattservatives -waited on Mr. E.V.
Bodwell, K.C., last ijight asking him to
run in opposition to any government can*<
didate at the Victoria bye-election. The
delegation included Messrs. T. 1$. Hall,
W. A. Ward, E. Crow Baker, Gordon
Hunter, K.C., and P. C. Macgregor. The
latter was one of the most arc}eij£jof the
Martinites, and consequently was an anti-
Bodwellite at the last election.
Mr. Bodwell consented/rpat once, and
it is conceded that he wftl make a very
strong candidate.
The Times will come out editorially
tonight strongly in support of him. His
election in the city will be almost certain
as a year or two ago at a mass meeting in
the A.O.U.W. hall it was almost insisted
that he should stand, but he could not
then be induced to do so. If he should
be elected, and the government be overthrown, he would very probably be the
successor of Hon. Mr. Dunsmuir as premier. Messrs.. MartinamdBodwell are
bitter political enemies.
SffN
EAIEV
NOTES.
E. J. Dunsmuir IfeStg^a trip to Prince-
John Love has returned to active participation in his business.
C. A. S. Stewart has returned to 15-mile
fully recuperated from his recent illness.
R. H. Parkinson, P.jL&.$dback again
in town, still showing the effects of his
late severe illness-.
Mrs. Russell-, wife of the manager of
the Fairview corporation, is to leave for
the east upon a visit.
The Dominion people are calling for
tenders for 1000 cords of wood and are
about to,commence active operations.
A correspondent from Fairview stnfM
that the outlook before the NeW;FaP:
view Corporation is exceedingly promising. Shareholders have responded in a
very satisfactory manner to the calK
made on them, and 85 per cent, of the
new share issue has been subscribed for.
The mill will be in operation on ore from
the dump in the course of a few days, but
some delay was occasioned by the non-
apval of vanner fittings from San. FW
Cisco. Before however, the batteries can
be supphed from the mine it will be
necessaryto install a large rock-crusher
at the hoist, and put in a skipway. This
work will not be completed for a month
The results of the operations of three
weeks' work of the 16 stamps which
have-been running are exceedingly promising and the clean up which will take
place this week is looked upon as a sue-
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
Nov. 30th, 1901.
LOCA1
day.
. AND PERSONAL.
Brooks left for Kamloops,   Fri-
COFFER MT. ROAD.
Tl
H. D. B
eraon is expected on today's
of this roadway was for the sole purpose
of opening up a   means of communication to the mineral claims there* with a
•-oi'in'
rtin,pf Seattle, Wash., was a
point of supply, so  that  machinery and
other,necessary- appliances for the working of the mine could be taken in.  . y
pected in
Frank
Hr^Ifllioo"'
The only source of supply to   Copper
Mountain is the town - of Princeton, the
commercial centre of the Similkameen
tJ-'bS
iVnT-earlfinuJ^k/1 "'^
District.   No sponer, howcve.1, has the
is commenced to nullify the fulfilment of
its legitimate object, and to further the
B.B.
The Skc
wkum-House  is   now  almost
interests of a prospective C. P. R. town-
$m THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE
WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HEAD OFFICE—TORONTO.
PAID-UP CAPITAL,    -      -      -      -      $8,200,000
RESERVE FUND, 2,000,000
Aggregate Resources over $65,000,000.
HON. GEO. A.   COX—President.
Wrai. Manager.*    J. H. PLUMMER,'.
LONDON OFFICE—60 LOMBARD STREET, E.'C.
grogs
mksgiving Da;
THE UNITED STATES:
iniciieiiig I Savings Bank Department. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum will be al-
frqm the lowed from August 1st, 1901. Gold dust purchased, and every descj-iptiqn of
equalled   banking business transacted.
ouid cir-j ^v   H   pegRAM,       -       Manager Kamloops Branch.
FRENCH &OAY
nkameen, IJ     Tinsmiths, Gunsmiths,and Plumbers    *
Boot and Shoe Repairing.
Repair work   of    Every   Description.
-<x»<*'iJiNij <*N-Jt-3jK><*-<»-<» •o ^
H. B. Harding, to William Campbell Me-
Dougall, of_Ojk:ilIa, JV/c.
former   route  is followed,   the
e made by the Vermillion Forks
Princeton Meat Market
WARDLE  & THOMAS
Orders for Mining Camps promptly attended
to and delivered.
lould be signed by
las   the  welfare   of
he work. Judge
north of Pentic-
Boundary   and
Princetonians-^ J>
When in Phoenix
The Victoria Hotel
B. TOMKINS,
PRINCETON ASSAY
O F F I C E.       C.  B.  HARRIS
Assayer and Chemist.
Bridge Street.,    PRINCETON, B. C.
Hotel Tulameen
PRINCETON,   B. C.
GEO. W. ALDOUS, Prop.
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
HEDLEY CITY
20 Mile Creek, Similkameen
District, British Columbia.
The centre of the Mining industry of Middle Similkameen.
The following Mines are in operation within one half mile.
NICKLE PLATE
The KINGSTON
The Rollo
III The Sunset
-m :   Golden Lily   |.   .
end Many Others.
Lots now on the market and selling like hot-cakes.
Buy early and get the choice.    Prices
$W0to$150
In three Payments:— 1-3 Cash;   1-3 in Six months; J =3 in Twelve months*
R. II. PARKINSON, Geifl Atyr.
HfkEY CITY and FAIRVIEW, B. C. 1
 THE SIMILKAMEEN STAR
PBIMCETOH,  B.  O.,
FIE  PRINCETON   PUBLISHING  CQ.
Managki
THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
ANOTHER   GAIN.
The advent of E. V. Bodwell, K.
C. into the arena of Provincial politics in opposition to the present
government will be welcomed
throughout the whole Province.
His entrance will sound the political death knell of the coitre now in
possession of the government benches at Victoria. A lawyer possessed
of attainments of the highest degree of excellency, aud withal a
man of sterling integrity, his accession to the ranks of the opponents of the government will place a
new phase upon the issue. It is
not at all unlikely that in the event
of the defeat of the Dunsmuir Government, he would be found to be
the man capable of extracting the
country from out of the political
chaos into which it has fallen, and
of forming a government which
would have the complete confidence
of the whole electorate. The railway tangle in the Province would
become unravelled in hands peculiarly fitted to grasp the situation,
and the throttling grasp of railway
monopoly removed from the throat
of the country.
The questions which the government should lend its energies, he
has stated are railways, difficulties
with the mine owners, the positior
of the lead mines, the reorganiza
tion of the fiscal system, and the
Oriental question.
Subsidies would be granted to
trunk lines ouly, and the Coast-
Kootenay, the Island extension, the
Kamloops and Atlin, and the section of the Great Northern through
British Columbia would have his
support.
He has a proposition to lay be*
fore the eleotorate, by which this
could be done without casting additional burdens upon the tax payer. To stem the tide of Oriental
immigration into the Province, the
sympathies of   the   government at
Ottawa would be enlisted, and the
abortive Provincial legislation
which has hitherto been attempted
withdrawn. Such a policy would
find the favor of the whole Prov
ince, and the support of a house
made representative by equitable
redistribution, which is inevitable.
EDITORIAL   COMMENTS.
Hard on Dunsmuir—It is rumored that the Provincial Treasurer
of B. C, is about to come to London to negotiate another loan
amounting to ,£1,000,000. Capital
is not inclined to look on B. C. with
much favor at present, owing to recent legislative blunders.—B. C.
Review.
Unhappy Editor—Many owners
of mining prospects find plenty of
money, at times, to buy bad whisky, buck the tiger and raise all
kinds of disturbance : but few of
them got further than to ask the
sporting editor to have a drink,
when it comes to footing the expense of running a newspaper
which will some day attract the attention of an outside investor, who
will probably make those same
prospectors-wealthy in one day.-*—
Lardeau Eagle.
Will E3
iite Alarm—The Spok<
v thinks recent railway I of indignation
news will excite alarm. A company has been organized to take over the Northern Pacific and the
Great Northern, and in all probability James J. Hill will have control of the new organization. This
would mean that Mr. Hill's authority over tbe Northern Pacific would
be equal to his authority over the
Great Northern.
Under the agreement reached by
the men who control the Pacific
railroads, these northern lines will
respect the territorial field of the
Union Pacific, and their field will
be respected in turn.
The Burlington board of directors will be composed of men representing all the conflicting interests,
and the road will be managed under
a neutral policy.
This gigantic combination will
excite widespread alarm in the Pacific northwest. It means that the
people, and all their varied industries, are more or less at the mercy
of avast railyway trust, and competition has become a memory.
The public's attitude will be determined to a large extent by the
attitude of President Hill and the
financiers behind him. If they attempt to carry affairs with a high
hand, there will be rebellion. If
they grow extortionate in their demands, or meddle offensively in
politics, or attempt to force unfit
and untrustworthy men into congress, they will stir up a whirlwind
BUSINESS ani PROFESSIONAL CARPS
I
CHAS. E. THOMAS,
General   Merchant.
Complete Stock of
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware.
Large Assortment of
Rubbers & Overshoes.
5
I
PELLEW-HARVEY,
BRYANT&GILMAN *
ASSAY •FFICE U-J IK TESTING WMIS.
Assaying and Complete Mining Smelting Tests Made from
Small Samples up to Ton Lots.
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT ASSaY OFFICE
&eSon!swansea"a"      VANCOUVER. B. C
W. J. WATERHAN, M. E.
Examination, Development and Management of Prospects, Claim*
and Mines Undertaken.
P. O. Address, PRINCETON, B. C
J. CHARLES McINTOSH,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
AND
 NOTARY PUBLIC	
j»j» PRINCETON, B. C.
RICHARD H.PARKINSON
PRINCETON AND FAIRVIEW.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Civil Engineer
and   Notary Public.
 JAMES HISLOP	
MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEER
PROVINCIAL'IA.ND SURVEYOR.
 Princetcn.B. C	
JOHN  W. "PECK & CO.,
Wholesale Clothing
-: FOR :-
veg.
ables, Fr
roceries, Provisions, Hay, Oats, Flour and Feed.
all kinds.     Windows, Doors, Shingles.
Furniture, Wool and Wire Mattresses, Pillows, Chairs, Lonnges.
Weber Wagons, Buggies, Spring Wagons, Plows and Harrowsv
Hardware, Stoves and Fittings. Barbed Wire and Fence Wire, Harness,
Saddlery,   Etc., Etc.
DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES,
OVERSHOES AND RUBBERS IN ALL SIZES.
GO TO
J.A.Schubert's Cash Store,
Penticton, B. C.
THE DRIARD HOTEL
JOE RICHARDS.  Manager NICOLA    LAKE.
Headquarters for Mining Meu and Prospectors.
An Ideal Summer Resort.
>m Service Unsurpassed. Only the Choicest Brands of Liquors at the Bar
Mens'   Furnishings.
;vancouver,:;b.; c.
Correspondence Solicited from the Trade.
Careful    and    Prompt   Attention to  al!
LETTER ORDERS.
Promptly Executed
Your        We can save you money
Watch   on your Repairing
Repairing.
A full Line of Watches and Ahe Latest Style* ot
Jewelery always on hand./
W. J. KERR. Kamloops, B. C.
B. C^NPCnTERY CO.
j Manufacture™ ol
CHIMNEY. PIPESfcSEWER PIPES, FTC
VICTORIA, B. C.
 Nov. 30th, 1901.
THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STA.R
SCIENCE AND MINING.
George Mix was a prosperous
along the Yuba ri ver \xqthe fifties. With
$7,000, the amouttt/m his savings, he erected a toll bridge across the river at
Bui lard's Bar in 1S5S, intending to take
life easy.   The high water of that
after he had completed it, and he was in
. despair.  Wandering disconsolately about
the   ruins of  his   bridge, what was   his
light to find that the
e bank out in an eddy,
a nest of nuggets out
KEITH   & TOWNLEY i J?^/#«
REAL ESTATE AND MINING BROKERS
Blacksmithing
Horseshoeing
Shop on Harold Avenue.
PRINCETON,    B. C.
\Palace\
Livery ISr
Stablem
KEREMEOS, B. C.
Saddle Horses to all Points in the
.'Similkameen District, *s<s? Travellers from the Boundary District
can. secure horses through to
Princeton.
WW
Run in Connection with
the Keremeos Hotel.
We Cater Specially to
Mining Men
and Prospectors
Prospectors
....STOP!
If you want to Outfit
cheaply and quickly,
do so at the |
KEREMEOS STORE
WM. HINE & Co.,
make money by buying
your outfit at the pointf
I you start prospecting. 3
Mining Supplies I
of Every
Before buying rails elsewhere get
our quotations on 8,12,16 lb. and
larger rails in -carload and less
than carload lots.
VANCOUVER - ENGINEERING - WORKS.
[Successor to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON.]
IRON FOUNDERS, BOILERMAKERS AND MACHINISTS.
Office and Works:   Eoot of Heatley Avenue, VANCOUVER, B. C. I
E.G.PRIOR&CO..
Linrreo liabili*
A FULL STOCK OF
Farming Implements
get MACHINE EXTRAS for any MACHINE
y kind of Vehicle in stock from a
Bain Wagon ifll§j| Light Road Wagons
WRITE US FOR PRICES,
YOU WILL FIND THEM RIGHT.
WE CARRY THE FAMOUS
flassey-Harris Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Ploughs, &c.
KAMLOOPS.       =       B. C.
stoves ro Burn.
33 k
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G. L ALLAN
WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
Boots and
.# SHOES #
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Try Our Own Mining Boot.
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
Nov. 30th, 1901.
L
EANDOM REFLECTIONS.
he best man does not win at a wed-
lie blossom of vanity is beautiful, but
: is easier to sew on  buttons than to
afford to get a frock-coat and silk hat
that is decrying the wearing of them at
the ducal reception.
It was a patron of two Hastings street
establishments who remarked that when
the stock market goes up the speculators
have to bear it.
Wh
■   a
V1
deep when it co;
The   average
A   cynical   friend   re
narks   that   the
funeral  of a great man
is   often seized
upon  to • advertise   the
little man who
lives—and rides—behind
he Savoy could
company the lightning c
hange artist.
Princetonians a* j*
When in Phoenix
The Victoria Hotel
IWrat Class In Every Respect.
B. TOMKINS,
NOTICE.
PRINCETON ASSAY
i O F F I C Et       C.  B.  HARRIS
Assayer and Chemist.
Bridge Street..    PRINCETON, B. C.
Princeton Coat
The Vermilion   Forks
Mining Company
w,     Wh
*>-davo
3 are going in.   Uncle
1 may get off a street car back-
tuber of times with safety, bul
tan has a birthday
both   fee
Lots of fellows are 1
when they get there
They kick because   they are   not   centi-
The fellow who cannot get a lower
berth in a sleeping car is never enjoyed
to learn that there is plenty of room at
the top.
Some reputation* for being levelheaded have no better foundation t£an
the fact that the possessors agree with
•ybody
deffec
$6 per Ton at the Pit,
or 50c. per Sack
Delivered at the Townsite Office.
GRAND PACIFIC
HOTEL ^MLOOPS, B. C.
wWWWwww^
The nearest hotel to the
Railway Station. Head-
| quarters for all people
coming from Nicola and
the Similkameen.
Good Rooms.
Good Table
Good Liquors,
[P. A. BARNHART, Prop.
THE
sunset
COPPER
MINING
COMPANY
LIMITED.
Owning
and
Operating
The
SUNSET
Mine*
On Copper
Mountain,
Slmilkameenl
Mining
District.
Everyone  who has  seen the property
RENDERS
A UNANIMOUS
VERDICT
The Biggest and Best Mine in British
Columbia.
NOW IS THE
TIME TOJ BUY
STOCK IN
This Wonderful Mine. It is an investment ! No Speculation ! Ore enough in sight to return 100 per cent, on amount
invested.    BUY TO-DAY before advance in price.
Sunset Shares Will
Make You Rich.
FOR FURTHER IMFORMATION APPLY TO
R. A. BROWN,
PRINCETON or Grand Forks, B. C.
 V
SCALE OF PRICES ON LEO
Notice of Forfeiture.
Fees Most
o
Coal
Location
Notices.
T^jfei
NOTICE
Looited th
r«t7aw£?i
Stu..,I.n,,m
THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
IclarBT
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